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20 Most Useful IFTTT Recipes for Designers

I want to introduce you IFTTT (If This Then That) – Put the internet work for you! Here you can find more than 100,000 recipes that will help you to automate your simple tasks. It helps a lot with social media, for example compose a message and release it across different social networks like Twitter, Facebook or Google+.

Source: despreneur.com

 
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Latest High-Quality Free Branding Mockup Templates

Designers are well aware of the important role mockup templates play in designing. Last month we came up with 19 Must Have Free Mock-up Templates and today we have something related but then with a difference. Here we have prepared a compilation that comprises of some of the visually cool high-quality free branding mockup templates that can be used in miscellaneous projects.

Source: theneodesign.com

 
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Web Typography for Traditional Graphic Designers

Learn about web typography for traditional graphic designers. You can use letter.js and kern.js to hand web typography manually, like we were trained to do.

Source: www.webdesignfanatic.com

 
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Most Companies Don’t Get How Customer Service on Social Media Works

About 80 percent of companies think they’re crushing it at customer service, but only 8 percent of paying customers agree. The disconnect was reported in a recent Sprinklr study, and truthfully, the results are not that surprising. Disgruntled customers are generally the most vocal. I believe it was Tolstoy who said “Happy customers are all alike, unhappy customers will write the most unique and profane things on Facebook.” 

Source: www.entrepreneur.com

Have you had a bad customer service experience on social media, I know I have?

 
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5 Sources of Online Traffic You’re Probably Ignoring

Keeping an eye fixed on your company’s most predominant sources of web traffic — such as search engines and social media — is a great place to start when it comes to optimizing a content strategy and building audiences. But there are quite a few other traffic sources that deserve your attention, too.

Whether you’re burned out on the same old Google numbers or are actively looking to expand a more creative outlook, here are five traffic sources that many webmasters may have never heard of but which can yield enormous payoffs.

Source: www.entrepreneur.com

 
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